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Model kebs208dss8 dim display...whole thing. more dim on left than on right. works fine otherwise. caps? Which one's? I'm an EE, have a scope and meter. What do I look at or replace? Thanks.

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    Cean Jensen Apr 15, 2014

    board is expired. not yet ready to set to fix it site. R162 is 'burnt up' and none of the caps appear 'swollen'. Both diode bridge rectifiers test 'good' as far as the diodes go, but one of them at least and all the high wattage resistors got 'loose'...connection eyelets to board lifted a bit, but are still good electrically.

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The display sits on a circuit board. Pull the board out and replace capacitor C3. It is 68 micro farads. I used a 47 from Radio Shack and it works great. If you can find a 68, that would be ok too, of course!

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